In this volume, an international team of experts in chronic myeloid leukemia share their expertise. In particular, they contribute their insights on the latest advances in understanding this disease, and the implications those developments have for its management. They explore many topics, including a review of molecular and cellular biology, discussion of conventional chemotherapy and interferon therapy, and recent developments in allografting and autografting. The reader gains not only an incisive view of the biological structure of the disease, but applications of that biology to treatment modalities. Chronic Myeloid Leukemia is ideal for oncologists and other specialists in the field.